The Iraqi Perspectives Project is a research effort conducted by United States Joint Forces Command, focusing on Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Its first major product was A View of Operation Iraqi Freedom from Saddam's Senior Leadership, a comprehensive study of the inner workings of the government of Saddam Hussein based on certain documents seized in Iraq in 2003 known as the Operation Iraqi Freedom Documents and on interviews with various Iraqi personnel.
Its second product, entitled Saddam and Terrorism, was completed November 2007 and scheduled for release in March, 2008. Contrary to its usual practice, this report will not be released on the internet or by email, but only as a CD that must be requested.
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